Check out some of the weird — and sometimes comical moments — that you didn’t see from the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The top images from the Closing Ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
This time, Sochi got the Olympic rings right. And with a little self-deprecating humor, too.
The United States came one day short of becoming the first nation to win a medal on every day of the Winter Olympics, claiming a top-three finish on every day except the penultimate.
Canada became the first team in over 20 years to win back-to-back Olympic hockey gold medals, beating Sweden 3-0 in the tournament finale at the Bolshoy Ice Dome.
When the smoke clears from the fireworks at the Closing Ceremony and the crowds leave Sochi, what will become of the Sochi Olympic venues?
The final Friday of the Sochi Games featured the highest of highs and lowest of lows for the U.S. Olympic Team.
Highlighted by two exciting semifinal matchups in men’s hockey, here are the top images of the day from Sochi.
All of the boards are handmade at the store, with a majority of the raw materials made locally.
Are you “regular” or “goofy?”
The U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team saw its gold medal hopes dashed by Canada, who got a second-period goal from Jamie Benn and a shutout from Carey Price to win, 1-0.
Bursting from the shadow of her adored teammate, Adelina Sotnikova gave Russia its first gold medal in women’s Olympic figure skating.
Yuna Kim’s career stretches over a decade. See photos from her competitions over the years.
In a day that was highlighted by a thrilling gold-medal game in women’s hockey, top-notch images were easy to come by.
Detroit figure skater Jeremy Abbott has had his ups and downs in Sochi, and he had strong words for his critics.
Canada edged out the U.S. Thursday in the women’s Olympic hockey finals, taking the gold in a 3-2 win.